Spring Spotlight: Bradley Bozeman

Spring Spotlight: Bradley Bozeman

Bradley Bozeman, three-star offensive guard from Handley High School in Roanoke, Ala., helped his team capture the Class 3A crown in 2011. Spring practice is in full swing, and the defending state champions will have a good test in a few weeks.

Bradley Bozeman is one of the top offensive linemen in the South. He gave an early commitment to Alabama last summer. Crimson Tide assistant coach Bobby Williams attended Bozeman's practice on Saturday.

"The spring has been really good," Bozeman said. "We are getting to break in all the news ones on the team.

"I am working on driving off the ball. I am working on staying on my feet after contact. I am really just working on anything that is going to help me down the road."

The 6-foot-5, 310-pound lineman is a solid commitment to Alabama. He earned his scholarship offer from the 2011 BCS National Champions after a dominating camp performance last summer. He backed up his showing with a tremendous junior season.

Bozeman watched the NFL Draft in late April and was happy to see the success for the former Tide players.

"I think it was great," he said. "Coach Saban and the staff at Bama are forming NFL talent and developing them towards greatness. I think that is exactly what I need when I come in in 2013."

Handley will host Pinson Valley May 18th for a spring game. Pinson Valley features several talented players including Auburn commitment Earnest Robinson.

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